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Date Posted: 17:36:21 04/06/11 Wed
Author: Phil Faherty
Subject: Re: Our 50th Reunion
In reply to:
's message, "Our 50th Reunion" on 11:38:46 03/27/11 Sun
Please understand that when I posted my comments regarding the "In Crowd", that I, in no way intended to offend or insult anyone, I was simply offering an observation. If you were offended, please accept my apology. What I was referring to is that on many posts they go without any response or acknowledgement, giving a feeling of oneís correspondence falling on deaf ears or blind eyes as it may be. Others on the other hand, always get a response. My intention was to try and get more people involved, which it did and yes, many were in agreement with my observation. Thanks to all that have made responses.
I certainly am not trying to create any animosities or dampen the spirit of plans for a reunion. I totally understand that a lot of friendships go back many years and obviously there is a bond and tighter communication between those friendships.
In school we didn't all hang out with each other, but we did have a lot in common and we were all together at various functions and activities. We collectively had great times together and still think of those times as the good ole days. I see the Forum as one of those venues and feel everyone should participate, be heard, be recognized and work together as one to produce a great reunion. One that we will all remember as a great time together!
Regarding the 50th vs 49th, I agree the 50th is a greater milestone and has more of an impact. I have no issues with waiting, I just hope we don't loose anyone else in the meantime. It is sad to see the list of our departed classmates and all of the others that have gone before us.
To those including Karen, Meri, Mike and John who have volunteered to get the ball rolling, thank you. Iím sure there will be plenty of time for more brainstorming to find a way to locate and connect with our lost classmates.
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Re: Our 50th Reunion -- Diana Whittemore Edwards, 22:00:17 04/06/11 Wed 
Thanks for your note, Phil. I, too, appreciate everyone who has stepped up to help choreograph the multitude of details that reunions entail. It's no small undertaking, and I am grateful for their willingness. Best to all, Diana
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